Primo: Oh! Guess who's name is on my list?
Me: Oh no! Do not stop there. Just skip his house!
[When Primo ran the first time, Roberto was really excited about the campaign and wanted to talk about strategy and wanted to completely revise Primo's strategy but didn't want a yard sign in his yard because he said he was worried about retribution from his neighbors, even though almost everyone where we live votes Primo's and Roberto's way. I would ask him to help with the practical things, like assembling and delivering yard signs, but he did not want to do that. Maybe because it is boring - it IS boring. I don't want to do it. But on a campaign, you don't get to do just the fun stuff and leave the crap for other people.]
Primo: I know he'll sign.
Me: You need 300 signatures. Do you have to get his?
Primo: If I could just get the signature....
Me: He is the nicest guy, but he wants to talk about all the theory about campaigning and doesn't want to do any of the legwork!